Old-time Mississipi duo Shelton (fiddle) & Marshall (guitar) Nations. Deeply into a bluesy sound were Lincoln County's Nations Brothers, Shelton on fiddle and Marshall on guitar. Of the 10 sides they cut in 1935, 8 were issued. "Magnolia One-Step" with some complex bowing licks. Shelton executes similar technique in "Negro Suppertime." The timing idiosyncrasies some say delineate much of Mississippi's golden age of fiddling are brought to a head in "Sales Tax Toddle." Great bowing, left hand slides, eccentric pauses and timing. . . "Bankhead Blues" is simply one of the most beautiful and most slippery blues pieces ever recorded.